JW Paris Box Us Into The Bone-Chilling Moment Of Epiphany In “Sober”


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UK rock trio JW Paris nestle us in that weird, blood-rushing moment of experiencing an epiphany in their new single “Sober.” With its smashing riffs and dynamite-like choruses, “Sober” breaks the haze that has clouded one’s judgement of a situation and see the uncomfortable reality. In their own words, “‘Sober’ is more about the sobering moments of realisation that we have from time to time. Moments that cut you down from all gust of living and really make you think about where you are…” Check it out: 

The band further added: “The lyrics sort of came through collating various experiences with fake people over the years. Those who stick close and those who just want something from you. It can be quite draining as to not come across a narcissist yourself, you entertain it most of the time. You come to realise some relationships that hold no substance or character can really affect your mental state. Causing all sorts! Mild paranoia, anxiety. This song is a bit of a F**k You a dip into a life surrounded by fake angelic people.” 

“Sober” is the title track of their upcoming EP, which will be out this spring via Blaggers Records. The trio will also be playing across the UK this summer:

7th July – St Albans, The Horn w/ The Maida Vales

17 July – Bedford, Esquires (Ceremony #1)

30th July – London, Fiddler’s Elbow (Camden) w/ The Strange Days